Newspaper Page Text
THE AROUS, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 190C.
- - - -' L C
I READ THIS NOW
Remember It If
8 You Get Sick.
Many iek ieopIe do not
get well sooner bet-HUse te
medicines they aiv given
are. not pure and full
btivngtli. The best thin
to do is to dtcide now who
shall llll your prescrip
tions when yon get sick.
Every drug we sell is of
the highest purity an1
f all strength. Not an im
pure drug in our store.
Hear this in mind.
H. O. Rolf, Dispensing Chemist.
8 We vould like you to tele
8 phone us your drug wants.
YOU'LL SEE AT THIS STORE.
WE HAVE A HAT FOR
WE HAVE A SIZE FOR EVERY
fJOCK ISLAND, ILL.
Harper House Block.
I Order jj
ALL THE NEWEST STYLES
IN INDIVIDUAL MOLDS,
CHICKEN IN EGG, RABBITS,
EASTER LILIES, AND FRO
ZEN EGGS IN SPUN SUGAR
NESTS. CALL AND SEE
THEM, OR TELEPHONE US
Charles E. Hodgson,
American Ins. Co. Newark, N. J.
Continental Ins. Co New York
Agricultural Ins. Co. New York
Traders' Ins. Co. Chicago, I1L
Williamsburg Ins. Co New York
New Hampshire Ins. Co. . N. Hampshire
North German Ins. Co. New York
Security Ins. Co. . . . .New Haven, Conn.
Ins.Co.State of Illinois... Rockford, IU.
Connecticut Fise Ins. Co. of Connecticut
Office, room 5, Buford block. - Rates
aa low as consistent with security.
JOHN VOLK & CO.
Dealers In single and double
strength Blinds and Moulding.
Veneered and Hardwood Flooring-
of all kinds.
Dealer in single and double
strength 'Window Glass, Polish
ed Plate, Beveled Plate .and
Art Glass. v ,.
-311 AND 32
Islanders Take First Came Frcm
the Clinton Inde
pendents. ARE ROUNDING INTO SHAPE
Good Weather Accompanied by Good
Playing Makes Enjoyable Exhi
In an exhibition game with the Clin
ton Independents at the park yesterday
afternoon, the Islanders showed- them
selves to be rounding into form, ana
the visitors were defeated by a score
of 4 to 1. Baker. Fug. and Lakaff of
MeCouncll's touad filled positions for
the Independents, as they are still
short of men. Lak3ff pitched the last
three Innings for the Clintonians.
The day was the best that has yet'
been offered and the exhibition was ev
erything that could be expected. There
wa little of the coarse work that was
to be seen in the other games, more
old heads being in and the new ones
getting down to business.
The Independents did remarkably
well for the small amount of practice
they have had. this being the first time
they have played together this year.
Srore Flrt Inning
The Islanders scored the first in
ning. Carlisle making the circuit. He
was away on a pass and scored on a
two base hit by Vandine.
A couple more were bagged in the
third, Carlisle hitting for two hasps
and scoring on a single by Swalm to
right field. Swalm went to second
while an effort was being made to get
Carlisle at the plate and" to third on
Vandine's out. A long fly to left field
allowed him to score.
In the eighth Manager McConnell
went out on the coaching line and gave
Nerves on Edge?
Better cure them. Nervoua people
are half insane and more than half
sick. Nervous disorders show in neu
ralgic pains, headaches and muscular
twitching. Better stop them before
they go too far.
Is the one sure remedy. It is sold with
a guarantee ot stisiaction. II it
doesn't htlp you, simply return the
box and the druggist will return your
money. We take all the risk we take
your own word without question.
Get a 95 cent box today and be com
fortable. Sample free on request.
The Neuralgyline Co.
W heeling. W.Ya.
GOODS ARE THE BEST
MADE. - , - -
WE CARRY THE LARGEST
STOCK IN THE WEST. -
We carry '
THE D. & M. GOODS,
REACH GOODS. '
FIVE LEAGUE BALLS,
A FULL STOCK OF FISH
ING SUPPLIES. .
SPORTING COODS STORE,
Rock Island, lll.-
orders to score and Swalm did it. ' He
went aowri on a pass and made the
rest of the circuit on. Vandine's second
two-bagger, McKnight as a middle man
throwing the ball over Eng's head as
the runner came in.
ladc-pndrntM (iet One.
leading' out with a two bagger iu
the second, McKnight was the only-
one -to count for : the Independents.
Girsch sacrificed and the. runner came
home on Wanner's error.
Carlisle, cf . . . .
McClelland, lb ..
. 4 0 0
Wisheu, p ......
.29 4 4 27 12 1
AB. R. H. P. A. E.
. 4 0 0 8 0 1
.4 0 0 2 0 0
Cardner. cf . .
Keller. 2b ...
2 0 0 0 0
3 0 1
X 0 0
2 0 1
0 0 11
1 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 30 1 5 24 7 2
Score by innings:
Rock Island 1 0200001 i
Clinton 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1
Two base hits Vandine 2; Carlisle,
McKnight. 2. Bases on balls Off
Dick, 2; off Lakaff, 1. Struck out By
Wisheu, 1; by Converse, 2; by Dick, 5;
by Lakaff, 4. Double play Wanner to
McClelland. Hit by pitcher Keller
and Swalm. Time 1:30. Umpire
IliiMt From the Diamond.
Vandine struck his gait yesterday
and took-a pair of two-baggers out ot
four times up.
. Forney's work behind the bat is as
good as on the infield. The fans are
waiting to see him in the box.
Out of the four hits three were for
Swalm made the circuit three times,
but in one instance was caught at the
Carlisle showed up in good form,
making two of the scores. He has his
old habil of going around when he gets
" Wisheu is steady , and has some
curves, but not much speed.
McKnight of the Independents was
in the hitting game some too; a pair
of two baggers. ,
Swalm got his customary single
down the first base line.
BIG LEAGUE GAMES BEGIN
National Inaugurates Season That
Promises to Be Record Breaker.
Major league baseball began this af
ternoon, the National inaugurating the
season with Chicago .. at Cincinnati,
Pittsburg at St. Louis, New York and
Philadelphia, and Boston and Brook
lyn. The American league opens in a
few days and from now on till Oct. 8
the "swish of the bat" , will be heard
regularly in the land. The prophets
predict that the season of 190G will be
the greatest in the history of the na
HANK WALTERS JOINS TEAM
Will Have-Charge of Clinton Independ
ents This Year.
Hank Walters arrived today ' and
joined the Clinton Independents, which
he will manage this year. This is the
first time he has been here since he
was seriously injured' in Springfield
last summer. He has fully recovered
and looks and" feels well.'
Definite arrangements have not been
made ye,t, but it is probable that the
ranks of the Independents will be filled
with some of the surplus men Jack Mc
Connell has on his hands at present.
Heidrick, an ; infielder from Peoria,
arrived today to try out with the Is
HOPKINS TAKES THE SMOKER
Assumes Entire. Ownership in- Cigar
Store in Theater Building.
. F. R. Hopkins, who has been asso
ciated with C. C. Cash in conducting
the Illinois Smoker in the Illinois the
ater building for about a year, has as
sumed., the : entire ownership of the
business, Mr. Cash retiring.
Decatur Loses to Pittsburg.
Decatur, 111., April 12. Pittsburg
finished the practice season yesterday
by beating Decatur, 6 to 0. The score
Decatur 0 0000000 00 4 5
Pittsburg ...2 2 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 G 7 3
Batteries Bomar, Schrieber, O'Con
nor and Lemon; Leifield and Carisch.
Duluth Easy for Bloomers.
Bloomlngton, 111.. April 12. Duluth
batted, weakly and fielded poorly, fall
ing easy victims to Bloomlngton. The
score: ' - ;,
Bloomlngton 20041120 x 1L7 1
Duluth 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 3 S
Batteries Geincke, Beck, Thorson,
Stewart and Townsend; Krlck, Mortoa
and Hannah. - &
. A Lucky Postmistress
Is Mr3. Alexander of Cary, Maine, who
has found Dr. King's New Life Pills to
be the beet remedy she ever tried foe
keeping the stomach, liver and bowels
In perfect order. You'll agree with her
f you try these paibless purifiers that
infuse new life. Guaranteed.-by Hartx
& Ullemeyer, druggists.- Price, 24
GETS SIIORT STOP!
ttilliam Roland, Captain of Cairo
Teams, Reports to Is
IS IN DEAL OF LAST FALL
Held Under Contract by President Bier
ring of Decatur, Who Joined With
Sexton in Purchase of Players.
William Roland, a short stop, who was
lust year captain of the Cairo team
when' the K. I. T. league was broken
up by the yellow fever scare, reported
for work with the Islanders- this morn
ings President Sexton has had a string
on hiai since he. made the deal for For
ney and Hippert last fall, but-had not
called him in.
Mr. Sexton and President Bierrlng
of the Decatur association went to
pother on an agreement to take six
players from the Kity league when it
broke. Bierring wanted battery men,
and took Bitrof and Lemon, and his
third man was Roland, all from the
Cairo team. Sexton took the Vincennes
men, Hippert, Forney, and Purdue.
Srxtun GrtM Two. '
There was no reserve contract on
Purdue, so he could not be delivered.
Hippert came, but did not show up
satisfactorily, and President Sexton
did not grow enthusiastic over K. I. T.
material. When Forney arrived, he
looked better, and Bierring was com
municated with as to what had become
of Roland, and as he was still held un
der contract with Decatur, he was or
dered to report at Rock Island.
The averages of last year in the
Kity league were not published, but
Roland shows up well in . individua'
batting and fielding in the Grand Rap
ids and Evansville teams of the Cen
trafleague of the year before, playing
the season as short stop.
About (he (.eiiKue .
Beginning with the Davenport gam'
Saturday the games will thereafter be
called at 3:30. : .
Although, the opening of the season
is three weeks or more away, Daven
port is already laying plans to start
off on the right foot. Petersen's ban
has been engaged for the occasion anu
Mayor Becker has been invited to d
the customary stunt with the first ball
Amos Seott and Davy Crockett are the
only players on the list who have not
. reported, the .last to con:0 in br ln
J Outfielder-Ramey, who hails from
i Denver, and who is looked upon as a
fixture upon the team.
Moline is promised the first game oi
tho season April 22, when the Moline
Independents will cross bats with the
East End Athletic club's team.
Mike Donljn Marries Actress.
New York, April 12. Mike Donlin:
the New York Giants' center fielder,
was married last night to Miss. Mabel
Hite, a member of one of Frank Per
ley's theatrical companies. Alderman
Max Grifenhagen performed the cere
mony. Schafer in Form.
New York. April 12. When Jacob
Schafer of Chicago met Ara Morning
star in the fourth game of the world's
championship tournament at 18-2 hilk
line billiards here yesterday fast work
was looked for, and while the game
ran through 27 innings Schaeffer dui
not disappoint the expectant lovers oi
the game. He defeated Morningstar
by a score of 500 to 233 and in doing
so made 137 caroms in his seventh in
ning, which is the high run of the tour
ney up to date.
Rainey Pays $17,500 for Colt.
Memphis. Tenn.. April 12. An
nouncement Is made here that -Paul
Rainey, owner of the Lippah stable,
had purchased from Barney Schreiber
the 2-year-old colt, Horace E., by Ban
nockburn Miss Lynah, for ? 17,500.
The colt will be taken to New York.
Mr. Rainey also has purchased from
Keene Bros, their contract on the ser
vices of Jockey Herman Radtke, pay
ing, it is announced, $20,000.
Boys Getting Busy.
The Long View baseball team de
feated the Centrals yesterday after
VOT 2 AVt
Rock Island. Hx.
We sell 'all' makes of watches.
We are watch specialists, and
always take the liberty to ex
press our opinion when it i3
necessary. Our high opinion of
what we sell is founded cn years
of experience. The kind we rec
ommend are the nation's main
stay today, and we only recom
mend those 'we have tried and
proven to stand the test.
Don't wait see us today.
If 01 if AVI
P.ccK Island, lu-
' - - ,,,","'," " o
jgj t - - tiT!:-.r ; .v--wi.-. . - J
ML- W IN ALL THE JJ KM' S O
yj'-m new gray riiisM: ,TC f W s
6. Kuppenheimer CO
S3 ,11 - Oil ' jSSl- ily'ir-: tf I ? S 14:1 H I i.-'. .'.. w
KW W SHADES t.V-V' Ifr.l ft V
rnf rrt'S- I MADE BY I 1 ill 'Z:: Q
fy'-'js SHAPED IN -femgj A I AMERICA'S j i!j J 1 O
I t'$l THE LATEST A ;Wl V "J. RA. III jj
J I I BEST TAILORS I ItJ I g
l Copyright 1906 fit V ; f5
B- Kuppenholmer &. Co. tjl J
I t2 Cnicaua Copvriaht 1906 Vf
Good Clothes are within the
reach of the man of moderate
means as well as the man who
doesn't have to ask "the price."
It Depends upon what and
noon by a score of S to 4. Sexton and !
Trimble were the battery for the win
ners and Fullmer and Morey for the
BOOKINGS AT ILLINOIS.
April 11-12 Deloney Martin Com
April 14 Kclb & Dill, "I. O. U."
April 15 Richard Carle in "The
Mayor of Tokio."
April 16 and week Cradoc-NevUIe
April 22 -A Royal Slave."
April 25 Howe's Moving Pictures.
April 26 Paul Gilmore.
April 28 "Hooligan's Troubles."
Hit Has Been Pronounced One.
The press and the public have most
3n.husiastically stamped with their ap
proval "The Mayor of Tokio," Richard
Carle's farcical opera which will be
seen at the Illinois theater Easter
Sunday, April 15. The piece has made
in instant hit everywhere it has ap
peared. Its premier presentation was
in Chicago, where it was seen for 132
consecutive performances. and was
'here considered thei most . empiric
artistic and financial success of the
western theatrical season, ' It was. la
ter presented in Philadelpha for three
fteeks and booked for a return of four
weeks, where it broke all previous rec
ords for musical comedy. After a run
of six weeks in Boston. "The Mayor of
Tokio" moved to New York, where it
ran for two solid months to enormous
Had the Experience. The cowboy
number sung by Francis K. Lieb in
the gloom-dispelling Kolb & Dill's "I.
O. U." company, which is billed to
play at the Illinois Saturday, April 1-1,
is rendered by experience, rather than
drawn from imagination. In fact, Mr.
Lieb's occupation as a cowboy for a
: r '1
CHARLOTTE VIDOT, IN "I. O. V"
3cason is the joke of his friends. Trav
eling with a musical comedy company
from the Atlantic to the Pacific, upon
reaching San Francisco, and finding
himself somewhat run down in health,
he decided to leave the troupe and
consign himself to old nature. Tramp
ing over a mountain trail inti Arizona,
he halted at a pretentious ranch.
"So you want a job- at cow-punching,
do yo-a?" . , ,
"No. sir," replied Lieb deploringly. ;
"Huh! What's your trade?"
"I am a professional singer."
"Pshaw, why don't you work?" '
"If you think that Is not work, Just
,join the 1. O. U.'. company." -
where you buy; not how much
money you are willing to part
with for the purpose. "It is all
in the quality," and upon this
test we will risk your favor and
: - -
Your Name, Please'
and address is all we require, if you are looking for a lit
tle money in a hurry. Ws'll send our confidential agent to
see you, explain our rates, terms, etc., and if you are sat
isfied, we can fix the whole matter up at your home. For
security, we take a lien on your furniture, piano, horses,
wagons, cr ether personal property, without removing it
from your possession. Quick service, strictly confidential,
time enough to suit you, and pay only for the time you use
the money. No charge cf any kind unless we make you a
f FIDELITY LOAN COMPANY.
T Mitchell & Lynde Block, Room 38,
J Office hours 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. and Saturday evening. Tele-
4 phone West 514. New telephone 6011.
FOR BICYCLES WITH
RACYCLE (PACEMAKER) WITH COASTER BRAKE FOR. g(J0 00
RACYCLES, VITH COASTER BRAKE FOR 10 00
EXCELSIOR, With COASTER BRAKE FOR S25 00
EMBLEM VITH CUSHION FRAME FOR S35 00
CRESCENT, WITH COASTER BRAKE FOR 27 50
CRESCENT LIGHT ROADSTER FOR 1 S22 50
Ride the John Koch brand of tires. They are guaranteed.
Largest and best equipped repsir shop in the tri-clties.
218 Seventeenth Street. On the Square.
"Can you ride?" .
"I was brought up on a pony."
' "Well, catch that broncho If you
The feat accomplished, the rest was
easy. A strenuous season of ranch
life, with all iis wild allurements, fcave
the young singer not only health, but
fiynishcd him with a fund of -information
rich with cowboy lore.
"Parsifal" in Moving Pictures. The
Deloney Martin company last evening
opened their engagement at the Illi
nois, presenting "Parsifal" in moving
pictures interpreted by MIbs Martin.
Othe: features were introduced. A
matinee was given this afternoon and
tho-engagement closes this evening. In
addition to the regular program this
evening pictures of a G round bout be
tween Battling Nelson and Terry Mc
Govern will be shown. No advance in
t . i . i . .
, Burlington's Business Slack.
The Burlington's force in the Gales
burg yards is being rapidly decreased.
About thirty switchmen have been dis
charged in the last two days. While
good? Bad blood to good blood ; poor blood to rich blood! Ask your doctor
how this applies to Ayer's Sarsaparilla, and how it applies to you ! Could
nvlhinii hp rrtnrf fair? W hw bo Murtli I W pul,li.h J.C. Aj.tCo.,
anyining oe more iairr thrrmniai orn onrmrdn.iFH Lowcii,
Your Satisfaction is a necessary
part of the purpose. Otherwise
your money back at
H - K - H - H - - H - H - H - H - t - f
the coal strike a assigned as a par
tial cause, yet the general slackness
of tho season would have let off a
great many anyhow.
THE STOLEN HORSE.
An Old Proverb With a New Applica
tion. The1 woods are full of "so-called"
remedies for baldness.
You may call anything in creation a
remedy, but to use them is like locking
the stable after the horse Is stolen.
1 Baldness and dandruff, are caused by
a germ If you don't kill the germ tho
germ will kill the hair.
Scientists have labored with the
problem of a preventative for baldness
for many years.
r Ncwbro's llerplcide is the product of
a modern Idea, and will cure dandruff
and prevent baldness because germs
cannot exist when you apply Herplclde.
Herjlcide is a valuable hair dress
ing and ncalp disinfectant as well as a
cure for dandruff. "
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10
cents In stamps for sample to the Her
niolde errmpanv. Detroit, Mich. T. H.
Thomas, special agent.
Good blood, good health; bad
blood, bad health; there you have
it. Why not help nature just a
little and change the bad to the
, .. . ... fe-
cents. - i .